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Number of Domestic Goods Certificates in Türkiye approved in the first two months of 2023 increased by 13.5

According to the Domestic Goods Communiqué (SGM 2014/35) prepared by the Ministry of Industry and Technology in accordance with Article 63 of the Public Procurement Law No. 4734 and published in the Official Gazette dated September 13, 2014 and numbered 29118, 1,363 Domestic Goods Certificates were approved by TOBB in February 2023.​

1,293 Domestic Goods Certificates approved in February 2023 are active in the system. Of the 1,293 active documents, 981 are at the high and medium-high technology level, and 312 are at the medium-low and low technology level.

Of the Domestic Goods Certificates approved in February, 285 were in İstanbul, 197 in Ankara, 149 in İzmir, 121 in Adana, 103 in Konya, 77 in Tekirdağ, 58 in Kocaeli, 54 in Sakarya, 40 in Bursa and 30 in Kayseri.

In February 2023, 1,363 Domestic Goods Certificates were approved, a decrease of -5.6% compared to February 2022 (81).

The total number of Active Domestic Goods Certificates in the TOBB Domestic Goods Certificate Database is 14,876.

Source: The Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Türkiye
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